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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1902)
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Bccoml-Oltud Mnll Matter.
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The City of Alliance.
Alliance U thriving, puililng, growing Httlo city of 3M0 souls,
Willi ft future full of promiseIndeed, no bright Is tlio outlook, It
Is freely predicted that within five years It will have a popula
tlon of from 5000 to 6000. In ull of Northwest Nobraska thoro Is
no town, In point of popultttlon iintl volume of business, that can
approach It. Its railroad facilities are tho best, being located on
tho main lino Of thogrent Hurllngtoti find Missouri IMver railroad
system i and Its schools and churchM nro not surpassed liny
whore. Itspcoplo nro hospitable, enterprising nnd Intelligent.
Its ell mat u Is healthful, Invigorating nnd Inspiring. In short, no
town In Nebraska prcscn U superior Inducements for men of capi
tal, enterprise nnd push to locnlo within her borders. Letters of
Ituulry addressed to tho Ai.uanoi: Hehalu will bo answered
promptly and In detail, .........
For Governor V, H. THOMPSON,
01 Hall County.
Lieutenant-Governor E. A. GILBERT,
Ot York County.
Secretary of State JOHN II. POWERS,
Ot Hitchcock County.
Auditor C. Q. DeFRANCE,
Of Jefferson County.
State Treasurer J. N. LYMAN.
Of Adams County.
Superintendent Public Instruction CLAUDE SMITH,
Of Dawson County.
Attorney-GeneralJ. H. BROADY,
Of Lancaster County,
Land Commissioner J. C. BRENNAN,
Of Douglas County.
For Congressman, Sixth District Ghn. P. H. Barry.
Of Greeloy County.
Some Laugh, Some Wonder, More Sleep.
Thu truth is that those who nro enjoying monopolies
arc every day laughing at the inertness of tho pcoplo and
wondering how long tho reign of Inactivity will continue.
Gov. Cummins of Iowa.
And tho monopolies are not the only ones wondcting
how long tho magic of a name will be used as a spell to
kcop former adherents stilt bound while they go on amass
ing princely fortunes at tho expense of those who by their
blindness make it possible for them to do so. That a man
of sound mind enn vote for a party favoring a policy that
makes it possible for a manufacturer to sell goods to his
countrymen at from one-fourth to one-third more than to
foreign buyers, seems incredible, when by voting to place
all articles controlled by trusts on the free list ho could do
himself an incalculable favor. Yet for the sake of tho
g. o. p. that -'saved tho nation" ho votes for a policy that
further enriches the rich and impoverishes tho poor, that
makes wealthy tho few at the expense of tho multitude.
A m1 Attn ''!tnMlio!(i rtrt ! Ann linrwl nnrl tlin 1niltr1itnrf
I Ul lliu twtlltl Vlfcj uu itiv wiu iiuiiu iv itau iuuguivi
on the other will continue until tlio majority ot voters cara
more for principlo than for party name, until they refuse to
longer Bhut their eyes to the fact that American infant in
dustries are sufficiently grown to need no further protec
A year ago tho democrats of Ohio repudiated tho Kan
sas City platform This year they reaffirm it in emphatic
torms. Ohio democrats learn by experience, and there is
yet hope for the democrats of Iowa and Wisconsin.
Goot) morning, Uncle Moses P. Kinkaid! Ate you too
cowardly to state your position on the Fowler currency bill?
M. RosnwA'lEit says Governor Savage is a "white
livered falsifier," and Governor Savage says Mr. Roscwatcr
is a "confirmed and despicable hypocrite." As yet noithcr
has undci taken to impoach tho other's testimony.
Tint siren voice of Senator Charles 11. Dcitrich has not
yet been heard in the land. If Deitrich will tako tho stump
for the republican ticket and agiee to meet some democrat
or populist tho fusion committee will cheerfully pay the
senator's campaign expenses and something "on the side."
Andrew M. Morrlssey.
No man in this senatorial district could have been nom
inated for senator who is more able or deserving than An
drew M. Morrisscy tho choice of tho convention held at
Valentine. Mr. Mouissey lcsided at Chadron for several
years and his friends in Dawes county arc legion. The
Newport Eagle, commenting on his nomination says:
A, M. Morrissoy, thu democratic candidate for senator,
is a young man who possesses every rccpiisUe necessary for
a good legislator, and one who if elected will be a credit to
the district and give it a reputation which it is in need of J
for energy and ability. He is a lawyer of ability, now
serving his second term as county attorney, having been
elected the last time by a greatly increased majority, though
the county is strongly republican. True to his principles,
ho refused a nomination for a third term, though such
nomination was equivalent to election, and expected to de
vote his etitiro time to his private practice, which is large;
but on pressure from his friends ho at last consented to ac
cept the nomination for senator, and wo believe he will bo
elected. The people of Valentine, where he has lived for
mote than four years, can testify to the truth of the above,
regardless of their political affiliations. Politically patriotic,
legally bright, and morally an honest man, ho will make an
Ezra P, Savage, the republican governor of Nebraska,
says that "arbitration is the crutch upon which anarchy
leans when lawlessness has proven of no effect." How do
the railroad men, tho printers, and other organized labor
men liko that? Remember, those are the words of a re
When organized workingmen prevent men from work
ing at cut wages they arc called "anarchists." When cor
porations starve wageworkcrs into submission tho corpora
tion munagcrs arc called "captains of industry." See?
The voters should vote against the proposition to patch
up tho stato constitution. Nebraska needs a new constitu
tion one built for it, and built by honest hands.
It indicates a lack of honor to an alarming degree when
the officials of a city bind themselves by a pledge into a
combine which has for its object the making of money by
the sale of their votes, as is the case with nine of tho eight
een city officials of St. Louis. And these did not have
even the honor one is told exists among thieves, either as
to keeping promises or secrecy.
It docs one's soul good to hear of men of such staunch
adhoienco to principlo as Governor Cummins of Iowa and
Governor La Foliotto of Wisconsin. If Nebraska boasted
enough such republicans to fill out a state and congression
al ticket the fusion candidates would have to "go some" to
get there. But somehow that kind of republicans fails
percilially aud eternally to get nominated for anything in
Do you want a financial system adopted that will give
the noteholder absolutely no security except the money of
depositors that may be in the bank? Do you want yoxt
deposit to bo liable for seizure at any timo to make good
the notes of a dishonest bunk cashier? That's the security
the Fowler bill offers you. If that suit3 you, vote to elect
the lcpublican candidates to congress. If it does "not, vote
for the fusion nominees for congress, who will vote to kill
the bill when it comes up for passage in tho next congress.
George Darling jthc rurnlturo Dealer
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Democratic Kcprcscntntlvo Convention.
Tho Democratic electors of the counties
comprising the Fifty-third representative
district of Nebraska are requested to send
delgates to a convention to be held in
Alliance, Nebraska, on the 27th day of
September, 1902, at 2 o'clock p. m., for
the purpose of nominating -a candidate for
representative for said district.
The various counties comprising tho
district are entitled to representation as
Box Butte 5 Sheridan G
Dawes .....6 Sioux 3
S. Mr Smysur, Chairman.
Fok Salb Two thoroughbred shorthorn
bulls. Cheap for cash. J. F. Yandkrs.
The Iowa democrats have tucked their tails between
their logs, staggered into tho republican ditch and afforded
great merriment to those alleged democrats who are always
free with advice to the democratic -party and give their
votes to their republican candidates. The democracy of
low a deserves to be defeated by such an overwhelming
majority that tho re-organizers will never dare to show up
again with their cowardly make-shift platforms.
The judges of many of tho courts are tightening up on
divorce decrees. The tendency is a good one. Judge
Cavanaugh of Chicago says that a man who mairies takes
upon himself certain obligations and wives arc not to be
cast aside like shoes. Not even when the matrimonial
shoes pinches? No. If tho shoe pinches, wear it until it
becomes more comfortable. In ninety-nine cases out of a
hundred it is a matter of time and adjustment. Judge
Spring of New York says; "A man takes a wife for better
or worse, and because she does not conform her expendi
tures to his notions of economy thero is no ground for cast
ing her from him." For better, for worse, for weal or for
woe." Thero is a need of revival of those old words of the
marriage ceremony. In most cases men and women who
cast away the matrimonial shoo do not desire to go bare
footed. They want to try another shoe. Omaha News.
Office Piionk lbO. Hfsidknck 1'iionb S03.
R. C. NOLEMAN,
Kooms 1, 2 nnd 3, l'lrst National hank build
ing, Allliuice, Nob. .Notury In olllce.
J. S. HEK1NNEY, Proprietor.
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W. Q. SIMONSON...
Ofllco Up-stalri Ot er Postuillcc
L. A. BERRY,
SMITH P. TUTTLE. . IUA E. TA8H.
TUTTLE & TASH,
North Main SL, - ALLIANCE, NEB,
F. J. Brennan & Co.... 1
Paints, Oils and Wall Paper.
'arnsiT bnlaotcal Alliance, Nebraska.
Mr. Rooshvklt expresses himself as grieved beyond
tae&sure by the difiiulties in the coal-producing states. If
Congress could take on a little of his feelings it might do
something to protect the country from great coal combines
and other unrighteous conspiracies against consumers.
Sf. Louis Post-Dispatch.
In comparing tho ideas of the republican party of 1890,
when 'Gene Webb assumes to have left it, and now, wheu
he returns to it, tho Kearney New Era Standard naturally
desires to know on what grounds he ever was a populist,
and says: "When Mr. Webb left it, it had many principles
that were good enough for populists. It has nono now.
Then it advocated bimetallism, and now it is wedded to the
single gold standard: then it boasted of having been the
author of the greenbacks, now it is their destroyer; then it
claimed to bo the true friend of the silver dollar, now it is
pledged to its extermination; then it was labor's helper,
now tho trust promoter; then it guaranteed civil rights to
all, white and black; now it denies these to the Filipinos;
then it policies were measured by patriotism, uow by dollars
and cents; then it had a voice for struggling liberty, now it
speakes against liberty with shot and shell; then it was a
power for peace, now an armed force for plunder; then its
platforms extrolled the teachings of its Lincolns, Garfields
and Blaines, now it boasts of its ill-gotton gains; then it
passed a national anti-trust law, now it refuses to enforce
II, H. lir LI.WOOD, M. D. - W. S. BELI.WOOD. M. D.
Bellwood & Bellwood,
Holstcn Uulldlnrj, - ALLIANCE. NEB,
L. W. BOWMAN,
Offlco in first National Bank block. Alli
Q. W, MITCHELL. M. D
newspaper up north run by an amateur kid, who isn't
old euough to know anything and who won't know anything
when be is old enough, sagely remarks that the true news
paper man is the man who only puts in his paper what tho
people want to read. "The people" iudeodl Who are the
people? Eery loag-onrcd human jackass we ever saw
tiought he was "tha people" and the longer his ears the
tore of "the people I18 thought lift was. In the news
jprr world there are no "people. " There is only the truth.
Better 1 thousand timugtejl the truth, whether "tho people"
IKo it are not, than to Ha to suit "the people." It is an
nsn proposition with thu writer whether "Tell tho truth,"
"The people be d "ought to be the motto of the sue-
ifnl newspaper. Exeter Enterprise.
Wit You Tell Us, Moses?
The Fowler currency bill is on tho house calendar. It
has been recommended for passage by tho republican ma
jority of tho house committee on banking and currency,
The Fowler bill provides for the following:
Bank currency based on bank assets.
Redeemable silver dollars."
Retirement of tho greqnbaoks.
Moses P. Kinkaid, you aro asking men to vote for you
for congress. Before going anv further, will you tell the
voters of your district how ou stand on the Fowler bill?
Are you for it, or aro yoa opios-d to it.
Don't dodge the question, MosCb
State your position liko a tunu.
Jump, Moses; JUMP! 1
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lly virtue of an order of oxecutlou directed
to me from tho district court of bcotts lllutr
county, Nebraska, ou a Judpment obtained
by district court of Scotts Illuff county, Ip
bruBkn. on the 7lh day of January, lwe. in
favor of McKluIey-Lanntntr Loan and'lrubt
fa as plaintiff nnd against Charles S ONon
us defendant, for tho sura of four bundled
ttudflfty eight dollars and thirty-two ciuts
(S458.J2) and costs taxed at six dollars and
nlnt'ly cents iS'J.W'1 mill uccrulng-c sts r bao
lvlut upon tho the following real ohtutw
taken us tho property ot said dofuudant to
,utls.fy said Judgment to-wlt. tho uortlioast
fiuarlorot bi-rtlou thlrti-llvo (i. township
iwunty-eight CM. raiuo forty-nliu ) in no
amo for s.Uo to the highest bWdor for ooili
In hand on tho tfltb day of September, l!K, (
In front or tlio eounuouso ju Aiuiuur, ...
Uutte county. NebrasUa, thai beliiir w
bulldlngwhiirolii tho bust terui .f court wa
held, at tlio hour of 10 o'clock a.ir of said day
when and whero dn attouduwa. v 11' br l von
by tho nndorslgned
Dated August 83. 1WM. t P &
F. E. HOLSTEN,
Mrs. Thos. Regan..,
Has a Large and Complete
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wear, Fancy Notions, Chil
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Haterials, Embroidery Materials,
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